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The Greatly Exaggerated Death of (Some) Cities

Anticipating the end of the pandemic, U.S. homebuyers are looking to denser neighborhoods in smaller urban areas

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

Online Booze Gets a Covid Boost

Liquor e-commerce never took offin the U.S. Then pandemic lockdowns came along

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

The Global King of Supply-Chain Debt

Greeensill Capital arranges loans that speed up business payments. That’s riskier than it sounds

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

TIM COOK'S $2.3 TRILLION FORTRESS

Trade war? Pfft. Trump? Please. Antitrust? Zuck’s problem. (Ditto privacy.) Revenue? Endless

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

Stumbling Back to Class

Biden wants to reopen schools fast. Teacher pushback and new virus strains mean progress will be bumpy

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

The Space Between Us

Pandemic life has spelled out the limits—and a few joys—of spending time together.

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

Payback

JOEY TALLMADGE, SHIRLEY SMITH, AND THEIR FORMER CO-WORKERS ARE BATTLING PRIVATE EQUITY FOR THE SEVERANCE AND HEALTH COVERAGE THEY LOST IN BANKRUPTCY. OTHER LAID-OFF AMERICANS MIGHT DO THE SAME

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

What Robinhood and Apple Have in Common

There’s a curious thread connecting Robinhood, Facebook, Twitter, and Apple this year: The technology companies are starting to take active responsibility for what happens on their platforms.

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

When the Signal Goes Out

Government-ordered internet shutdowns are becoming more frequent

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

For Biden, Only the Left Is Left

Instead of wooing the centrist rump of the GOP, the president turns the other way

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 15 - 22, 2021

Well, That Was Weird

Tendies. GameStop. Silver. SPACs. What. The. Hell. A sane person’s guide to a bonkers stonks market

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

The Road Map Out of Limbo

Aston Martin, one of the last of the old-school luxury brands to release an SUV, can turn its fortunes around with the DBX

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

Taking the Travel Out Of Duty Free

Bargain-hunting travelers have long fattened the profits of duty-free shops, but Covid-19 travel restrictions have hammered those perfume suffused emporiums.

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

What Do You Do After You Conquer the World?

JeffBezos’ surprise resignation as the CEO of Amazon seems somehow natural and even inevitable

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

There's Still a Lot Of Work to Do

With the emergence of coronavirus variants, vaccine makers are racing to develop booster shots

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

A Tiny Town's XL Hopes

Biden’s cancellation of a controversial oil pipeline shocks Alberta’s Oyen, where the arrival of construction crews bolstered businesses

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

Let Me Be Your Guinea Pig

Thousands of cruising enthusiasts are volunteering to be the first ones back on the boat. By Fran Golden

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

Priority Mail

The beleaguered U.S. Postal Service needs a champion. Enter Joe Biden

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

A Shipping Guru Chases The Middle Mile

After spending years building Amazon’s delivery operations, Scott Ruffin is creating one to offer to its competitors

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

A Sports Betting Futures Market?

The proposal to create contracts on games faces a high regulatory hurdle

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 08, 021

The Virus Is Hitting Carmakers, Too

A shortage of chips —crucial for today’s autos — will cost the industry up to $61 billion in sales

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

The Battle of GameStop

IRL, the video game retailer has no profits. But its shares became part of a showdown between online stock pumpers and short sellers

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

Xi Insists

Improving U.S.-China relations will require President Xi to make real compromises. So far, he’s unyielding

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

Surveillance, Censorship, And Profit

Francisco Partners specializes in tech that has both mundane and controversial uses

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

Rock's Drumbeat Of Deals

Big-time songwriters are selling all or parts of their catalogs to hungry new buyers

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

NEVER REST

Laugh at him. Shun his business. Sue him. The Pillow King won’t stop his bizarre quest to prove Donald Trump was cheated

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

How the Democrats Won in Georgia

A finely tuned turnout machine, and plenty of cash, led to victory in the Senate runoffs

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

‘Roaring'? Not So Fast

A century ago, a boom followed a pandemic, but history may not repeat itself

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

How I Helped My Dad Die

His body wrecked by ALS, my father insisted that his death, like his life, was his to control

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

“We do not know yet, but it looks like Covid is here to stay” - Albert Bourla, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pfizer Inc.

In an interview with Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait, one of the people most responsible for helping to vaccinate the world against Covid-19 talks about the new virus variants, dosage, and the difference between the Trump and Biden administrations

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Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

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